This three-bedroom semi-detached home in the popular village of Blofield is offered with no onward chain and represents a fantastic opportunity to create a wonderful family home.
Requiring renovation, this property was originally constructed in the 1950s and retains many of its original features. In common with many properties of this style, this home has a generous plot with good-sized gardens front and rear, and there are a range of mature shrubs present in this East-West orientated plot.
The property has a traditional feel. On the ground floor, a welcoming entrance hall gives access to a dining room, living room and kitchen, with a further suite of store rooms and a cloakroom to the rear. These rooms provide the perfect basis for a ground-floor extension subject to planning consent being obtained, and neighbouring properties have already taken advantage of this to create large kitchen / dining rooms.
On the first floor, two double bedrooms and a single bedroom radiate from a central landing, with a bathroom completing the accommodation.
Blofield lies approximately six miles East of the City of Norwich, with a doctors’ surgery, local shops, public house, tennis club and Outstanding-rated primary school. Blofield is a thriving village with plenty to offer, and homes in this area are in high demand.
The village is well-located, with good road transport links via the adjacent A47 and by rail from the neighbouring village of Brundall, which offers a direct service into Norwich and, from there, connections to London Liverpool Street in 90 minutes. The expansive beaches of the Norfolk Coast are only 30 minutes away, and the ever-popular Norfolk Broads are even closer, with access at nearby Wroxham and Brundall. Norwich, with its plentiful range of amenities, is approximately 15 minutes by car.
This property has been a much-loved family home, and has a great deal to offer its next owners in return for their investment. Homes of this type are always popular, and viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the potential of this property.
On the Ground Floor:
Entrance Hall: Entrance door to side aspect, coved textured ceiling, window to rear aspect, radiator, carpet. Doors to:
Dining Room: 2.93m x 3.30m. Coved textured ceiling, window to front aspect, carpet, radiator.
Rear Lobby: Textured ceiling incorporating loft access hatch, exterior door to side aspect, plumbing for washing machine, doors to storage cupboard and cloakroom with obscure glazed window to side aspect and W.C.
On the First Floor:
First floor landing: Coved textured ceiling with loft access, window to rear aspect, radiator, carpet. Doors to:
Bedroom One: 3.99m max x 3.31m. Coved textured ceiling, window to front aspect, radiator, carpet, built in storage cupboard.
Bedroom Two: 3.58m max x 3.31m. Coved textured ceiling, window to front aspect, radiator, carpet, built in storage cupboard.
Bedroom Three: 2.81m x 2.14m. Coved textured ceiling, window to rear aspect, radiator, carpet, built in storage cupboard.
Bathroom: Textured ceiling, obscure glazed window to rear aspect, washbasin, W.C., panel bath with electric shower over, radiator, wall-mounted electric heater, carpet.
Externally: The front garden is predominantly laid to lawn, screened from the road by mature hedging and with a range of mature shrubs. The rear garden is also laid to lawn, enclosed by wood fencing and a hedged boundary, and contains several mature shrubs including camelia and a mature magnolia. There is a greenhouse, and access to two brick outbuildings connected to the rear of the house, which are currently used for storage.
Council Tax Rating: B
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